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  • MARITIME REPORTER/ Engineering News recently announced it has purchased new and larger world headquarters offices in New York City.

    The new location will house the executive, editorial and advertising staff responsible for worldwide publishing operations in the commercial marine and naval sectors.

    The publishers reported the acquisition was necessitated by a steady growth in publishing activity which resulted in an increase in staff over the past 18 months. This growth pattern included the introduction of two new major publications. The first edition of the annual Marine Equipment Catalog was published in April 1984. Because of the immediate success of this edition, the Marine Equipment Catalog will be an annual publication.

    The second edition will be p u b l i s h e d this month throughout the entire industry.

    In the fall of 1984, MARITIME REPORTER also introduced the Navy Contract Information Service, which consists of an original Navy Data Base plus ongoing reports to subscribers of computerized Navy contract data updates supplied twice monthly for inclusion in the original data base.

    In addition to New York headquarters and Houston, Texas locations, MARITIME REPORTER/ Engineering News magazine maintains editorial and advertising offices worldwide. Represent a t i v e s of MARITIME REPORTER/ Engineering News are located in Belgium, England, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Japan, Korea and Scandinavia.

    MARITIME REPORTER/ Engineering News reports it is the most successful marine industry publication in the world, based on the fact that it is requested by a larger number of marine industry readers than any other marine publication in the world, and annually carries a larger number of advertising pages than any other marine publication in the world.

    The new address for MARITIME REPORTER/Engineering News is 118 East 25th Street, New York, NY 10010. The new telephone number is (212) 477- 6700. The I T T telex number remains the same (424768 MARINTI).

  • Industrial Engineering & Equipment Company (INDEECO), St. Louis, Mo., recently announced that Katina R. Truman has joined its operation as advertising manager. From the St. Louis office, Mrs. Truman will implement advertising programs to support INDEE- CO's extensive electric heating line. Mrs.

  • Robert J. Fortier has been appointed director-corporate advertising and marketing communications at Combustion Engineering, Inc., it was announced by William J. Connolly, corporate vice president, marketing and communications. Mr. Fortier formerly was manager of corporate advertising at C-E. In

  • The election of two new corporate officers by the board of directors of Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., Inc., has been announced by Lykes president W.J. Amoss Jr. Robert J. Koch is the new vice president-administration. He succeeds John J. Creevy, who has retired after more than 49 years of service

  • Halter Marine Services, Inc., New Orleans, La., has established an Office of Advertising & Publishing Relations, and named A.J. Rizzo director. In making the announcement, Harold P. Halter, president, Halter Marine Services, Inc., said the new office was created to consolidate and coordinate the

  • Maine's Bath Iron Works Corp. has announced the appointment of four new directors as part of its program to continue strengthening its advanced technology program and to prepare for upcoming shipbuilding projects. James R. Vander Schaaf has been promoted to program manager for the shipyard's Advanced

  • Donahue, Inc. Advertising & Public Relations has expanded its professional staff with the addition of Laurence F. Daspit, who will represent the firm in Houston and throughout the Southwest. The announcement of this appointment was made by James C. Donahue, president of Donahue, Inc. As a member of

  • —Literature Available Theresa Dale has joined the Magnavox Advanced Products Systems Company of Torrance, Calif., as marketing services manager. She assumes responsibility for all facets of marketing communications planning, budgeting and implementation, including advertising, public relations

  • indicated limits to scale economies, it was clear that the upper point had by no means yet been reached. Taking due account of key factors determining maximum vessel size, not least questions of port access and terminal infrastructure, a vessel of approximately 12,500 TEU was identified as the optimum

  • Standard Horizon announced the new GX2200 Matrix AIS/GPS, now with Class D DSC Fixed Mount VHF with integrated AIS and GPS, 30W PA/Hailer and RAM mic option, available starting January 2014. According to the manufacturer, key features include Integrated AIS and GPS, 4800 and 38400 baud rate selections

  • SCS Communications Services, based in New Orleans, has been organized to provide the Gulf Coast maritime industry with public relations, communications, marketing and advertising services. Albert W. Spindler, a veteran of more than a quarter century in the aerospace, maritime, offshore drilling and

  • A device that increases the efficiency of barges is gaining in popularity on the West Coast, especially for Seattle to Alaska and Southeast Alaska runs. Many people report that Hydralift skegs substantially increase the efficiency of towed barges. This results in either increased towing speed or

  • MT Apr-19#54 1,700-kilometer mission autonomously collecting ?  sheries)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 54

    1,700-kilometer mission autonomously collecting ? sheries thus increasing mission ef? ciency. acoustics and physical properties of the sea surface. As part Looking back 20 years, we celebrate the progress and ad- of this multi-vehicle mission under the U.K. NERC/Defra vancements made in ocean observatio

  • MT Apr-19#53 Compared with historical data collected over centuries)
    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    Compared with historical data collected over centuries, this year suggest seismic motion was consistent with displacement new information will help scientists better predict geologic at the full convergence rate. From the results of his missions, activity. Dr. Chadwell concluded the Wave Gliders have

  • MT Apr-19#28 Insignts Business
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 28

    Insignts Business The ? rst phase of Virtual Residency will leverage the en- the service sector. Some will respond with incremental change abling technology’s ability to achieve a correspondency ratio and some will respond with transformational propositions. similar to warehouse robotics. This results

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  • MT Apr-19#5   energy and reactant  
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 5

    Storage Skid Details 3 1 6 System Module (H?/O?) • 1.6m X 1.6m X 1.5m • Modular to meet High TRL • Minimal components energy and reactant for maximum • 1300 kg mass in air Teledyne has a proven history of supplying high storage system reliability (500 kg wet) reliability fuel cells to

  • MT Apr-19#4 Editor’s Note
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    April 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    Editor’s Note The EU VAMOS project www.marinetechnologynews.com s this edition went to press, I was literally on a plane NEW YORK returning to New York City from Ocean Business, a 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 successful exhibition by any metric. We have partici- Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212)

  • MT May-19#60   include an optical system of maximum 
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 60

    Norwegian Coastal Administration impact-resistant acrylic lens covers and station. (Kystverket) with remote monitored include an optical system of maximum In 1996 MX Marine developed a New LED lanterns for their coastal waters luminous ef? ciency, with a wide diver- Generation of DGPS Broadcasting

  • MT May-19#53 challenges, hit problems and was dependent on subcontractors)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 53

    challenges, hit problems and was dependent on subcontractors solutions.” delivering. “We didn’t get it right all of the time, but enough An advantage was also was that Chrysaor, as a small or- of the time and very few things didn’t work for us,” says Ead- ganization, was able to be nimble. When issues

  • MT May-19#44 Image: SurfWEC
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 44

    Image: SurfWEC Model basin result for change in wave shape over submerged platform. Steeper wave allows more ef? cient wave energy conversion. commercial side we will approach venture capital sources for the 15:1 model as the ocean waves would be for the full-scale funding, too. Then we have DOE applicati

  • MT May-19#31  UNDERWATER 
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 31

    One of Sonarydne’s BlueComm units attached to one of the Nekton mission submersibles. UNDERWATER UNDERWATER with 75m maximum range in which you sion happen. BlueComm 200 UV can ACOUSTIC RECORDERSACOUSTIC RECORDERS can operate and sustain up to 10Mbps is provide this link, securely and covertly.

  • MT May-19#28  shape with a 150m maximum range! That’s a 
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 28

    in deep waters – where we can manoeuvre an AUV around a ing the ranges and how much data can be transmitted further. hemispherical shape with a 150m maximum range! That’s a Sonardyne’s BlueComm 200 is a good example. It uses visi- lot of distance. May 2019 28 MTR MTR #4 (18-33).indd 28 4/25/2019

  • MT May-19#25 test demonstrated 80 dB of analog  to many markets and)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 25

    test demonstrated 80 dB of analog to many markets and applications. cancellation in a dif? cult and dynamic Military operations will bene? t from environment and the ability to scale networking, clandestine communica- to useful distances using commercial tions, improved throughput, and in- HQTXLULHV#E

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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 24

    Figure 5: Two sonar swaths over- lapping with DOLPHIN pro- cessing ? ll the typical nadir gap Figure 6: A DOLPHIN Sonar trial result, SAS at three times Nyquist speed. Image: QinetiQ North America Image: QinetiQ North America May 2019 24 MTR MTR #4 (18-33).indd 24 4/25/2019 9:33:17 AM

  • MT May-19#23 A more concrete example of the bene?  ts can be seen by)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 23

    A more concrete example of the bene? ts can be seen by Sidescan A, is ensonifying a portion the same area as Sides- considering the case of two UUVs attempting to communi- can B. In traditional sonar applications this would result in cate using Assured Data Communications. This is depicted interference

  • MT May-19#17 ological composition as well as mineral distributions)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 17

    ological composition as well as mineral distributions,” said volved studies of methane cycling. Hydrothermal ? uids and Dr. Joye. “This is an amazing natural laboratory to document gas plume samples all contained highly elevated concentra- incredible organisms and better understand how they survive

  • MT May-19#11   energy and reactant  
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 11

    Storage Skid Details 3 1 6 System Module (H?/O?) • 1.6m X 1.6m X 1.5m • Modular to meet High TRL • Minimal components energy and reactant for maximum • 1300 kg mass in air Teledyne has a proven history of supplying high storage system reliability (500 kg wet) reliability fuel cells to

  • MT May-19#8 ?  gurations.  Requiring a maximum  custom hardware, software)
    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 8

    and turbid- and introduced BRIDGE technology. ity sensors available in several optical BRIDGE technology is comprised of con? gurations. Requiring a maximum custom hardware, software and inte- of 12mA current at 12VDC input, ac- gration. BRIDGE is a platform that cording to their manufacturer C-FLU-

  • MT May-19#4 Editor’s Note
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    May 2019 - Marine Technology Reporter page: 4

    Editor’s Note Nekton Oxford Deep Ocean Research Institute www.marinetechnologynews.com NEW YORK 118 E. 25th St., New York, NY 10010 Tel: (212) 477-6700; Fax: (212) 254-6271 Making Waves FLORIDA 215 NW 3rd St., Boynton Beach, FL 33435 Tel: (561) 732-4368; Fax: (561) 732-6984 s the saying goes, “if you

  • MR May-19#90 This directory section is an editorial feature published)
    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 90

    This directory section is an editorial feature published in every issue for the convenience of the readers of MARITIME REPORTER. A quick-reference readers’ guide, it includes the names and addresses of the world’s leading manufacturers and suppliers of all types of marine machinery, equipment, supplies and

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 88

    SE & Co. KGaA control system re? t, providing advanced opera- minum bronze and super tional functionality alongside comprehensive en- duplex steels. The maximum ? ow rate of the (60 gine alarm and monitoring, safety, control opera- Hz) pump sets is 3,700 cu. m./hr., and the maxi- tional capabilities for

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 82

    to know exactly and Oscar Propulsion promises to “substantially reduc- behavioral changes or local extinction. We now have where to place the holes for maximum ef? ciency and ing the underwater radiated noise (URN)” generated by a cost-effective, easy-to-apply solution to prevent this optimum noise reduction

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 80

    of the responsibility for tions the underperformance. • Ballast water treatment rated ca- The skill sets of the crews operating the pacities (TRC), the maximum continu- systems were found to be insuf? cient; it ous capacity (expressed in cubic meters is noteworthy that some the highest lev- per hour) for

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 78

    B BALLAST WATER MANAGEMENT: TOWARD COMPLIANCE William Burroughs William is a Senior Principal Engineer at ABS responsible for promoting environmental related services and providing guidance in support of international, national and regional marine environmental regulations. Bill’s previous experience

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    May 2019 - Maritime Reporter and Engineering News page: 73

    E EMISSION REDUCTION: Technology Report IMO 2020 Scrubbers: The Clock is Ticking By Ishaan Goel, Project Manager, Albion Marine egulatory bodies around the of the low sulfur fuel oil post 2020, the a decade, which is enough time for the stable in an otherwise very volatile and world are trying to